Radnor Lake Trail Notice-Muddy Trail Conditions
Due to the high amounts of precipitation the past month (14+inches of snow), visitors should expect-plan for all trails at Radnor Lake to be muddy when visiting the natural area for the next few weeks.
Visitors are asked not to hike on the side of trails, cut thru trail junctions, go off trail, etc…..as this damages sensitive plant life and creates additional trail maintenance funding needs and time to repair these areas. The trails are currently so saturated that we cannot even apply trail mulch with equipment without creating additional substantial damage as well. Once trails drain adequately enough, the ranger staff will begin installing Christmas tree mulch on the lake trail.
Visitors should expect all trails to be muddy as long as we stay in this current weather pattern and encouraged to hike on the 2+ miles of paved-gravel surfaces in the natural area only if they are concerned about getting shoes dirty while hiking.
Thank you for your assistance in the coming weeks-month as we work on our trails at Radnor Lake.
Anyone wanting to help us with improving our trails are encouraged to sign up for our upcoming monthly volunteer days.